Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 4

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 4

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 4

Today, we will start a new publication of our series related to "KDE Applications with Discover (Part 4)", in which we are addressing the more than 200 apps existing. Many of which can be installed quickly, safely and efficiently through the Software Center of KDE project.

And, in this new opportunity, we will explore 4 more apps, whose names are: KSysGuard, KWalletManager, KFind and KSystemLog. In order to keep us up to date with this robust and growing set of applications.

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 3

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 3

And, before starting this post about the apps of “KDE with Discover – Part 4”, we recommend exploring the following related contents, at the end of reading it:

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KDE with Discover - Part 4

KDE with Discover – Part 4

Part 4 of KDE applications explored with Discover

KSysGuard

KSysGuard

KSysGuard is a software utility that allows you to monitor information and statistics about the system. In addition, it is capable of monitoring both local systems and remote systems that are running the System Guard daemon.

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KWalletManager

KWalletManager

KWalletManager is a tool whose objective is to manage the passwords used in an operating system. Both our own passwords independently, and those we use to access and manage different applications, which are integrated with the application.

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KFind

KFind

KFind is a simple but useful application designed to perform independent file searches by name, type or content, within the operating system. This can be invoked, both from KRunner and from the menu. Also, it can be accessed from within Konqueror via the "Browse File" option in the "Tools" menu.

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KSystemLog

KSystemLog

KSystemLog is a software utility that allows us to view system logs, grouped by general and optional services. Therefore, it includes various features to read the log files in a pleasant way, among which we can mention, coloring log lines according to their severity, tabbed viewing for groups of logs, real-time viewing of logs with detailed information for each of the monitored.

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Installing KsystemLog using Discover

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In summary, if you liked this post about the apps of “KDE with Discover – Part 4”, tell us your impressions about each of the apps discussed today: KSysGuard, KWalletManager, KFind and KSystemLog. For the rest, we will soon explore many other apps, to continue making known the enormous and growing KDE Community app catalog.

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